A songtaew gets guests at a bus drop in Pattaya municipality, Chon Buri. The city board prepares to developed guest shelters at 30 bus stops throughout the city. (Image by Chaiyot Pupattanapong)

CHON BURI – Thirty brand-new bus stop shelters will be integrated in Pattaya City under a strategy to enhance traffic and transport centers for regional individuals and travelers.

Bus stops presently include an indication and painted markings on the kerb and the roadway surface area.

The Pattaya Council on Tuesday authorized a 1.4-million-baht budget plan for the building of 30 guest shelters.

Pol Maj Gen Expert Khunnachak, deputy mayor of Pattaya town, stated the brand-new shelters would be developed at areas throughout Pattaya, especially along Pattaya Sai 1 and Sai 2 roadways and nearby streets.

He stated the work remained in line with the National Council for Peace and Order’s policy to much better control traffic and transportation for the advantage of regional commuters and travelers.

Other work being done to enhance the resort city consisted of a brand-new pier for traveler boats and legal action versus individuals intruding on public land.

A bus drop in Pattaya town, Chon Buri. (Image by Chaiyot Pupattanapong)

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